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a positive and a negative. and incorporate both into the presentation. i'm bill o'reilly, please remember the spin stops here >> sean: welcome to hannity. earlier today president obama held the press conference of the first term nrk some respects a nearly perfect encapulation of what a reckless man he is. there are three points that we can take away from this. the first has to do with hypocrisy. obama blasted republican who's want to tie raising debt keeling to cutting spending. renz who do so, obama said they risk the full faith and credit of the united states and to do so is irresponsible.
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the consequences would be quote, a disaster, he made it sound like only an anarcihist would pose raising the debt keeling. >> what i will not do is have that negotiation with a gun at the head of the american people. the threat unless we get our way, unless you gut medicare or medicaid or if otherwise slash things that the american people don't believe should be slashed, that we're going to threaten to wreck the entire economy. look. i -- i don't think anyone would consider my position unreasonable here, democrats don't like voting for the debt ceiling when there is a republican president. but you never saw a situation in which democrats suggested somehow that we would go head and default if we didn't get
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100% of our way that. is not how it's supposed to work. >> sean: i can't help but you remind that had obama in 2006 was a junior senator from illinois who opposed raising debt ceiling that. is right. barack obama scolding republicans for linking p spending cuts to raising debt ceiling himself voted against raising the debt ceiling. here is what the anointed one said in 2006, said leadership means the buck stops here, washington is shifting burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and our grandchildren. er america has a debt, and a failure of leadership. americans deserve better, i, therefore, intend to oppose the efforts to increase american's debt limit so he is doing what he said shouldn't be done. but in doing so is demonstrating his morale superiority. the second thing we saw today is on full display he said
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republicans were sus spishus about social security and government support for the elderly and spending money on medical research, then, about programs aimed at making sure kids in poverty are getting enough to eat. now this, snot only deeply dishonest it's a gross distorgs. a lecture coming from a man responsible for a massive increase in poverty during his presidency. a third thing we saw is how deeply misunderstood his facts are. saying his plan would claim $4 trillion next decade but that claim is untrue. the figure comes from one, one trillion in cuts reach aid year ago in budget negotiations, meaning no savings they're in the bank. two, it counts $800 billion in savings and debt payments from spending cuts. that is a dubis claim, three, obama counting a nearly $1 rilin
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savings from more money nobody expected to be spent anyway. now that the war with iraq is over and afghanistan war is winding down. so obama's premise that we need to balanced approach to cutting the deficit and huge fiction which in a plan will cut $4 trilin in the next decade, it will do no such thing. he is basing his argument on a falsehood which is what he's done is lie, distort. and what this showed us is that obama in the second term is going to be worse than obama in the first term. what we saw in one hour was the worst of our president on display. and republicans, they need to understand all of this dealing with obama. a man reckless, ruthless, and any president they will ever encounter. my next guess says he has a plan that will bolster the republicans plan. ohio senator is with us, how are you? >> great.
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>> sean: first, what do you make obama? only 2006 vote against the debt ceiling. now? >> he said would it be unpatriotic to vote to. >> sean: that is another thing. very that clip. do you want to see it? >> sure, it will be fun. >> sean: let's show the videotape. >> the problem is the way bush has done it over eight years is to take out a credit card from bank of china in the name of our children, driving up our national debt from $5 trillion for the first 42 presidents, number 43 added $4 thrillin by his lonesm. now, we have over $9 dwrinl of debt that we're going to have to pay back. $30,000 for every man, woman and child. that is irresponsible. it's unpatriotic. >> sean: $16 trillion and $52,000 for every man, woman
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and child. >> something he said that i think is important is that this means republicans don't want to pay our bills. i think he's missing the point. it's not about not paying bills it's about changing what the bills goring forward. it's sort of like you have a kid who exceeds credit card limb yismt and then, you look at spending. so, the republicans are willing to pay for past bills this is about future bills. i think what the president is missing the point is that we're on an unsustainable path right now. he's talked about that. he's said it's unrealistic to tie the debt limit to deficit reduction. he said it has been separate. that is just not accurate. >> sean: last 30 years? >> last 27 years every major reduction is start going through 1990s all three agreements. recent one, budget control act the reason we're talking about
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the debt limit discussion. so this is an appropriate time to raise the issue. look, he said people voted for him because they wanted to increase the debt limit. i don't think so. that is not what polling shows. it shows people want to get spending under control. >> sean: for a brief hour the obama media which did not go do a good job from my estimation woke up and challenged him. and looked angry on hypocrisy. how would you deal with the president that is very good at politics, demonizing and pushing republicans into a corner? what is the best strategy? >> well, i agree with you it's interesting. you had reporters saying wait a minute. you said just the opposite but also said the point just made a second ago which is why are you saying it's been straight and it's not relevant to the debt limit? it's been tied to it time and time again that. is what we we have to do. i know that you know we'll -- the election, you and know, he's our president.
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but it's also true that the exit poll on that very day, when asked people, a majority said government is too big. when asked now, including last week, three quarters of americans say spend sgt problem not revenue. people are receptive. we've just got to get it out interest there. $130,000 per family is the debt. and talking about republicans want to gut medicare and social security? we want to save it for the future. he said he want to slash spending? no. it's about how much increase you have over next 10, 20 years. i think when we take this to the american people we have a great opportunity. >> sean: you're going to have to vote on a couple nominees. any problems for any of them? >> we have owe-to-ask tough question was regard to chuck
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haigel there are deep concerns about the positions he's held, what he's said. how he's on the committee until recently. asking questions in committee you i am going to put forward questions i'm very concerned jack lieu -- we need to talk about, i'm a former budget director. we share that, i guess. we have to talk about whether we're going to do something on the debt and deficit. it's good we're going to talk about the part congress appropriates every month. we're going to have both a debt limit discussion z on the budget it's going to happen whether the president wants to or not. we have to talk about biggest part of the spending. which is a part on auto pilot. the very important and vital programs like medicare, medicaid and social security not sustainable in the current form. >> sean: senator good, to see you. appreciate it. >> coming up, it was only a matter of time until one of the gun owners outed by the
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journal news was targeted. we have details of the break in, coming up next, and colin powell calls himself a republican then goes out and says the party is quote, intolerant. tonight, remingd powell why it's time to stop giving president obama a constant pass. also, ann coulter will stop by tonight and much more as "hannity" continues. at prices that keep you...out of the red. this week get a bonus $15 itunes gift card with any qualifying $75 ink purchase. find thousands of big deals now... at officemax.
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>> and tonight, according to reports, vice-president joe biden told a group of house democrats there are 19 executive orders that president obama could invoke when it comes to gun control. so while the white house prepares to abuse its executive powers there's growing evidence of dangerous impact of premature anti-gun measures because days after a local newspaper in york, the journal news released the names and addresses of gun owners one of the owners on the list has in fact been targeted. accord to go a report at least
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two burglars broke into a home in white plains, new york on saturday night and they tampered with the gun safe, but luckily the not able to get into it. now the white plains police commissioner says he cannot confirm that the attempted robbery had any connection to the map put out by the journal news, but the evidence sure points to that and police say they've not made an arrest. joining me with reaction to the putnam county executive, the one who refuse today release to the journal news, the addresses of residents, mary odell and bo dietl. bo, you're an investigator seems connected. the very thing i was warning about. >> this incident happened, but the funny thing is, you know, these things come and they're going to last. and people know it's news worthy now and they're going to go online and they are he' going to know to watch that house and when the person leaves they're going to know there's a weapon in that howls.howl house.
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the liberal news media blows it up. there are things happening in this country, but for some reason it doesn't make the story of the night. like an incident in internet cafe who stopped the stickup with a licensed gun. in the movie theater where a female retired police officer shot someone who was shooting up the theater. why isn't that the headlines? you know why it's not? because our news media has now up on top of bo president obama and the good county executive. this is what we need in this country. >> sean: okay. let me show he both of you something because i think this is really important. one of the things that bothered me is the hypocrisy issue. for example, our politicians, our presidents, our mayors have armed guards. hollywood stars have armed guards and a lot of them travel around in private jets. we protect our money with armed guards. suggest it for schools, wow, we can't get the same thing for our children. listen to diane wine feinstein,
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and when her life was in jeopardy, protect her right and listen to this. >> i know the sense of helplessness that people feel. i know the urge to arm yourself because that's what i did. i was trained in firearms, i walked to the hospital when my husband was sick, i carried a concealed weapon. i made the determination that if somebody was going to try to take me out, i was going to take them with me. >> sean: by the way, right thing to do, she was threatened, i protect her right. now, in new york, where we live, you might get seven bullets you better be as good a shot as bo. >> you talk about hypocrisy, catching a little of the golden globes last night how about privacy, that big shout out about privacy last night, which is really what we're talking about-- >> by jody foster. >> i thought she was right. >> it's funny, you hit a real point.
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you know, if you look at texas, different areas in texas, different school districts, they have allowed teachers fully trained to come in with a concealed weapon. i go everywhere with my glock .26. i'm going to tell you does that mean i'm going to shoot the place up? no, it means i'm a person who is responsible and you responsibly train someone. have a teacher with a concealed weapon, that's not a problem. the kids know if they go looney tuny, and a guy in the school, little children helpless. >> sean: throw this out. the case of the woman in georgia, two nine-year-old twins, the guy breaks in with a crowbar and goes up in the crawl space of her house on the phone with her husband and we played the 911 call, and she only had five shots in the gun. under those circumstances, i assume the average person is shaking and may need more than nine shots and even with five shots this guy got out of the house. >> he got out.
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>> sean: he's in the hospital, but go ahead. >> if she didn't have that weapon, who knows what would have-- >> what would have happened? >> right, exactly. >> with that, sean, i'll be honest with you, someone you know i got a gun permit for, i'm he not saying who, couldn't hit the target i said you're not going to get this back until you know what the heck you're doing. i'm not for people buying guns just to buy guns. there should be, they have to train and qualify. >> sean: i agree, i was trained at 11 years old. i'm a pistol marksman, don'tt a i wasn't allowed to touch the gun on the first lesson. it's literally stood pointed down range at a gun range, for the lesson. come back next time we'll go over it again and you can fire. >> you do agree. the last time i opened up my mouth on one of the shows about the big clips and all that, the n.r.a. guys came at me and wanted to hang me, but my whole opinion is, i believe
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that people that carry a firearm should be fully qualified to use it. >> sean: all right. guys, good to see you and thanks for your work. >> thanks, sean. >> sean: thank you very much. >> thank you so much. >> appreciate it. >> sean: when we come back ann coulter is in the building tonight she'll join us, colin powell makes comments, a dark vein is running through the party, he voted for obama and yoyoyoyoyo we know a place where tossing and turning have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported. lunesta should not be taken together with alcohol. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations, or confusion. in depressed patients, worsening of depression,
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>> welcome back to "hannity." now, while former secretary of state colin powell still claiming to be a republican, never know it by his latest comments. just yesterday said the g.o.p. is intolerant and essentially racist. listen to this. >> i think the republican party right now is having an
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identity problem and i'm still a republican. there's also a dark, a dark vein of intolerance in some parts of the party. what do i mean by that? what i mean by that is they still sort of look down on minorities. >> sean: and if that isn't proof enough he may be at odds with his party. the former secretary of state gave president obama and his administration a complete pass on the handling of the benghazi attack, surprising, listen to this. >> this one incident one of these things that those of us in government have been through many, many times, where suddenly an action happens late at night, you're surprised. somebody gets killed. something gets blown up and then the after-action reports start and everybody wants to know who is is at fault. who is responsible, why didn't keep this from happening. we can't keep everything from happening. benghazi was a very, very difficult one in a difficult situation and maybe they
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shouldn't have been there in the first place. and i think that we have had a good review of that. >> sean: and here with reaction, tea and democratic strategist, michael brown, welcome to he both of you. nigel, start with you. they still sort of look down on minorities, broad sweeping generally ration, a dark vein of intolerance. i heard these, i'm very disappointed because he's been an american hero. he's sacrificed a lot for his country. i almost-- he votes for obama twice. i don't know how anybody that identifies himself as a conservative can say that they're still a republican and vote for obama? >> most liberal president we've had, you know, modern history. what's your reaction to this? >> well, i'm also greatly saddened. i've been a supporter, my father, roy ennis and i, our organization have been great boosters and supporters of general powell in the past, and he is an american hero, and we've been proud of him in
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the past and we're not proud of him in this occasion, and i think that clearly general powell is out of the mainstream with the republican party and unfortunately, i mean, look, you can have a different point of view and a different point of view and still be in the same party, but to inject the race card, which by the way, he's been a victim of in the past. >> sean: that's true. >> he's been called, he's been called a house negro by harry belafonte because he worked for the administration. for general powell to inject the same type of race card into a needed discussion that needs to be had within the republican party is most unfortunate and saddens me greatly because he is a decent american, an american hero. >> sean: michael, i'll ask you if in fact, general powell were here i'd ask him directly and interviewed him many times, a good relationship with him. i like him. i'm very disappointed. i'll ask you, can you give me a specific example of a dark vein of intolerance, by
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specific by republicans? can you name names? i don't know who he's talking about. >> i don't know if i know your party well enough to name names, but i will say one thing, i think you guys are devastated by the person you always put out as the republican, as one of the faces of your party. that's basically speaking the truth. facts are facts. >> sean: give me an example. that's what i want, an example. >> your party. >> sean: give me an example. >> has not exactly been the best outreach to minorities, gay and lesbian community. >> sean: that's not what he said. >> what he is saying is you are a party of one type of person. >> sean: but he worked for ronald reagan-- >> and why when you try to run on these national offices you get defeated. moreover. >> sean: hang on a second. >> moreover, president obama got 39% of the white vote. it wasn't that he just won because of minorities. >> sean: michael, the democratic party, it was joe biden that said we're going to put you all back in chains. it was al gore that said
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republicans don't want to count black people in the census before the predomina predominantly black audience and the james byrd ad. if he wanted to be equally as critical, i can't get a direct answer. who are the people, name names and identify what they said and if in fact they are what owe sa he says they are, racism is repugnant. >> it is, and a good friend of ours said if everything is racism, nothing is racism and that's the most unfortunate thing of that phenomenon. i call it it the sharptonization of american politics where you have people that use the race card as a political weapon of mass destruction. and look it, there 's an intolerance in politics, there's an intolerance within the elite circles of new york, within the beltway, republican and democrat, by the way, an
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intolerance for constitutional conservatives that believe in limited government. >> yeah. >> that believe in low taxes and you times call racist-- >> until you open up your tent you're going to have these problems within the republican party. >> talk the tent of marco rubio being open, michael. >> you're naming, one, two, or five people. you need to have millions of people not just five. >> we will have millions of people. >> you haven't had recently. >> sean: he did vote for the most liberal agenda in the history of the country, maybe his politics have changed, maybe he's trying to stay relevant. >> or maybe he's trying to improve the party. >> sean: maybe he should give specific examples. >> that's what i would ask him. >> sean: and if republicans are wrong in instances admit it and move on. i think that's fair. food to see you. ann coulter is straight ahead and then he we sent two former navy steals to see "zero dark thirty," and they set the record straight on the capture
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thus far, we hear in this program we're not. i want to clear this up. we'll start with the nomination of john brenan as cia director said we should not call terrorists jihadists. really? listen. >> describing terrorists this way seems to clarify ourselves. risk giving these murderers legitimacy they seek but no way deserve. >> sean: john ker year, i voted for 87 billion before i voted against it. he once accused our brave u.s. troops of the following. >> they personally raped, cutoff ears, cutoff heads, taped wires from portable
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telephones to human again talls and turned up power. cutoff limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians. >> sean: in the iraq war. and then, there is chuck haigel. nominee for defense secretary no. wonder this choice is being questioned. july, twun, he voted against extending sanctions on the country in 2007, voted against calling iranian revolutionary guard a terrorist group, recommended establishing a u.s. diplomatic mission in iran. and a nominee for treasury secretary, jack lu who falsely claimed obama budget would not add to debt. listen. >> i think it's an accurate statement our current spending will not be increasing the debt. >> sean: joining me now with
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her own opinions, how are you, ann coulter? good to see you. >> there is a major flu epidemic. >> jihad is legitimate. one person saying iranian revolutionary guard you can't say is a terror group. >> this is an old liberal trick. they retreat an argument burning english language as they go. we can't call them jihadists. we can't call it war on terrorism. of course, my principle objection to this list of nominees is that they're all white men, sean hannity. the lack of diversity just shocks me. shocks me. >> sean: what happened here? sth an outrage. >> maybe he needs a book of binder autos bory mitt
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romney's. >> i just got back perfect england. which, they have not bought into this whole diversity enthusiasm. which raises the point that on the gun crime they know who they are in europe and they have no guns you compare white populations we have same murder rate as belguim. so perhaps it's not a gun problem it's a demographic problem. why they are they coming in to begin with? >> sean: you hear they may come out, just breaking a short time ago, 19 obama executive orders. what happens if you tries to bypass congress on the second amendment? and on article one, section 70,. >> on guns? >> sean: and on the debt ceiling. if the imperial president
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shreds the constitution. >> i suspect he won't do that. and we have v.had this -- . >> sean: maybe as many as 19 executive order autos for guns they'd probably try to do it on ammunition. i think we should respond with the next republican president having executive orders. we won't want abortion just abortionists and abortionist clinics. they're not serious about doing anything about shooting in america. dianne feinstein has a concealed carry permit for a good reason. it's on the radio today. i support her on that. she was in danger. so are other americans including women like herself. the fastest growing group of gun owners are single women what. are women supposed to do who are in danger? this president new york is pushing through about banning extra capacity magazines this
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has nothing to do with the problem we're supposed to be addressing if you're ghoog a gun-free zone as this mass shooters dork all but one, since 1950 have shot up gun free zones you have time to drop the magazine, inserting another one you have time to have more than one gun. if only you're a victim of a home invasion that woman in georgia was. she sees a man, her husband is awaichl she runs and hides in a close yismt intruder opens the door and she shot -- . >> sean: she hid in the crawl space. >> he she got shoth with six bullets and she shot six, only five hit the intruder which is very good when you're a panicked woman protecting your children. and she hit him in the face and neck tiff times, yet, he lives to flee in a car. what if there had been two
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intruders or not as good and only three bullets hit the intruder? when have you a home invasion you need a large-capacity magazine if you're a female who is in a gun range. >> sean: very well said. that is the strongest argument you've heard about the clip argument and bullet argument. i don't know what you do in new york. are you going to arrest people that use eight bullets in a home invasion? >> they're not arresting david gregry. like all other obama rules the rules do not apply to dianne feinstein. collin ferguson stopped and rewound it. it doesn't stop a multiple victim public shooter, you can bring lots of guns and oh, by the way they're law breakers. it's a person defending her home who needs the extra
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enhanced interrogation techniques that ultimately did lead to bin laden's capture and outraged liberals says the tactics have nothing to do with finding the terrorist. if you don't believe hollywood, how about the guy who set up and witnessed enhanced interrogation and what he said on this very show, what he saw with his own eyes. >> you don't think that we would have gotten without the techniques leading to the intelligence. >> well, the reason why, because there's a clear trail. there was someone that we captured. a facilitator that we captured in 2004 that told us about bin laden's courier and gave us a pseudonym. >> sean: and that led to bin laden? >> and eventually we got the true name of him. >> sean: but without the techniques, the things he opposed wouldn't have allowed him to make that decision, is that a fair statement? >> that's a fair statement. >> sean: two navy seals who watched the movie are here to set the record street.
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joining me is the authors, a seal team six. thanks for seeing the movie. howard, you heard, this is a guy that set up, organized, witnessed enhanced interrogation. no enhanced interrogation bin laden, liberals are going nuts, it's inaccurate? >> i spoke to mr. rodriguez and i know he's telling the truth. my other reaction is, watching the movie, after watching the movie for about 30 minutes you realize that this is an effective technique. you realize that the cia operatives, tier one guys are doing a great job and in the background it shows the president of the united states saying that we need to achieve some type of moral morality, we need to get our morality, moral superiority and i'm sitting there and literally got sick to my stomach, sean. here is the thing, how effective do you want us to be. mr. president, how effective do you want us to be. good enough to be 50%? because i can tell you this,
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if you tell the terrorists that whenever you plot against america, endanger american lives, conspire, you will get to a cell, we will use whatever techniques necessary to make you uncomfortable, to get the information, instead of hey, we need to get some morality back, and give you an attorney when you get here. i thought that was disgusting and my hat's off to miss katherine bigelow for portraying that accurately. >> sean: brandon, i want your reaction. you saw the movie. i guess the important question i have, what is it about liberals? here is a guy that organized, administered, got the information, is telling america the truth, and is it their egos are so precious, they can't acknowledge what they said about george w. bush, enhanced interrogation? barack obama was wrong and bush was right his claim to fame wouldn't have happened, if bush didn't have the the insight, is it ego?
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>> to support what howard says, any means necessary, i support those interrogation techniques. if we can use those techniques against bad people that want to do bad things to americans and you know, hell, i'll hold them down myself. i mean, it saves lives. it's one of many pieces of kit in a toolbox and regardless of whether or not you want to face up to reality and realize that you do have to use extreme measures against these terrorists, it just has to be done, and thank goodness, good people are willing to do some dirty work. >> sean: but we also have to put some perspective on it, howard, and this three people gotten ha gotten-- got enhanced interrogation, which led to the courier, and to bin laden. i give him credit for, and liberals seem not to be able to hear that, which seems to
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be connected to this reaction to the movie. >> sean, we have a very short memory as americans. if this was the months directly after 9/11, nobody would have a problem with interrogation, nobody would have a problem with it. let me bring us forward. what if i could tell you there's a cell of people in the united states of america that are targeting our schools, that are going to be doing school shootings? and i realize this hurts because we had another tragedy, but let's bring that forward. if i was able to use some type of interrogation, and give us free rein, we'll go out and interrogate people and by god, we'll find out what's going on, how many people and parents in the united states of america, left, right or center wouldn't say yes, by all means do it. >> sean: and if somebody had their son or daughter kidnapped i think they'd do the same thing. brandon, last question, what do you make of the golden globes, the foreign press and ben affleck and then a little bit of a snub by some of the
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movies by the academy of motion pictures, whatever they call themselves, oscars? >> yeah, i mean, it is what it is. i don't put much faith in any of the opinions of the people you listed, so, i have my own opinions and i've heard from-- i didn't think "zero dark thirty" did a great job portraying the military at the end, but that's another conversation. >> sean: all right, guys, thank you both for being with us, appreciate it. coming up next we'll follow-up on a story we brought to you last week, the star behind the questionable new oxygen show "all my babies' mamas", explains how he ended up with so many women and therefore so many children and successful drug dealing business is behind it all. is this the state of the culture, can't we figure out culture, can't we figure out better ways to fill oururururur try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink.
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>> and time we want to shine the spotlight on a story that very much signals a shift taking place in the american value system. you may recall our initial report about the controversial new reality show "all my babies' mamas" it's on the oxygen network. the program featured atlanta based rapper shawty lo. highlights how he has 11
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children with ten different women. now because of the backlash, shawty lo is now defending himself and in an exclusive interview with mtv i came to be one of the largest drug dealers from atlanta, bankhead-- it's really buckhead, i live there. when the money came, a lot of women came and wouldn't have an abortion and they had the baby by the most popular guy on the street and that's how i had kids, all of them and now he's blaming drugs for not being able to what, keep his pants on? time to save america from this. and rusty humphreys and alexis johnson from the american values institute. with the american value institute. i think we've gotten women, 11 kids, and we've got a guy that's an admitted drug dealer. tell me what's wrong with this
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picture? >> i think that's wrong is oxygen under this and oprah trying to target young african-americans that are outrageous and offensive and i find the programming racist and hold them accountable. >> sean: do you think it's racist. >> absolutely. >> sean: why do you think it's racist? >> people are trying to reinforce really negative stereotypes about african-americans. >> sean: i mean, jeri springer has people of all races on. >> it's dehumanizing. >> sean: i agree with that. now what it is? you've just got to find something better for programming. i mean, they have all the right to run anything they want, people can watch what they want, but we can't do better than this, rusty? >> it's absolutely shameful. i was born in georgia, i lived in atlanta, you lived in atlanta. >> sean: it's not bankhead, it's buckhead. >> it's not just embarrassing as a georgian or an atlantaen,
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as a man. being glorified-- >> he's going to make a living off of this. why do we anticipate that he's not going to end up being p-diddy in the end and maybe i'm guessing his career isn't going to go so well. who is going to end up supporting all of these kids and women? >> i used to work for sean combs and i know a little about p-diddy. he had a skill set. he was the-- >> a brilliant entrepreneur. >> exactly. i think what's happening here is we are in fact creating dehumanizing stereotypes and the problem is we don't have enough representation across the board. we're not seeing reality shows, black middle class. and the shows with-- >> it's a promo clip of the show. this now, i guess, is the decline of the culture. watch this. >> so you guys, he might be known as a rapper, here in atlanta he's known for having